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Trapped Turtle Rescued By Homestead Family & FWCA 300 pound Green sea turtle is expected to make a full recovery after getting caught in a lobster trap with the trap line twisted around its body.
Zoo Miami Mourns Loss Of OrangutanZoo Miami is mourning the loss of “Bonnie,” a 31-year-old female Orangutan who died Thursday night following an emergency procedure.
Gov. Scott Holds Zika Roundtable On Miami BeachAs the battle to contain the spread of the Zika virus continues in South Florida, Governor Rick Scott held a roundtable discussion with health officials and politicians on Friday.
New Poll Shows Tight Presidential Race In FloridaWith the key battleground expected to be in the "I-4 corridor," Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump are locked in a tight battle in Florida.
10 Dogs Found Dead, 7 Others In 'Deplorable' Conditions At Boca HomeWearing hazmat suits and gas masks, authorities say they found 10 dead dogs and at least seven other mistreated canines inside a Boca Raton home that was filled with trash.
Domestic Disturbance Leads To Knife-Wielding Man Shot By PoliceSunrise Police are investigating a domestic disturbance at a home where they say an officer was forced to open fire.
FDA Advises Zika Screening For All Blood CentersThe Food and Drug Administration is asking all U.S. blood banks to start screening for Zika virus, a major expansion intended to protect the nation's blood supply from the mosquito-borne disease.
Memorial Service For Ft. Lauderdale Police OfficerHundreds of police officers and first responders from across South Florida gathered at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts on Friday for a memorial service for one of their own.
Trial Of Woman Accused Of Killing Miami Cop Winding DownThe murder trial of a woman accused of killing her Miami police officer boyfriend is winding down.
Endangered Woman Disappears During Attempt To Meet RelativeA woman known to suffer from memory loss and confusion has gone missing after taking a drive to North Miami.
Lawyers Disbarred Over "Shocking" DUI Set UpDescribing the misconduct as "essentially unprecedented," the Florida Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that two attorneys should be permanently disbarred for their roles in setting up the drunken-driving arrest of an opposing lawyer during a high-profile case.
Popping Balloons Mistaken For Gunfire At MallNearly a dozen people were injured when popping balloons were mistaken for gunfire at an Orlando mall.

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